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Routes Traveled by George Washington in Maryland
(J. Spence Howard, 1748)
Partie meridionale de la Louisiane, avec la Floride, la Caroline et Virginie
(Santini, P., 1776, 1776)
Carte de la Louisiane, Marland, Virginia, Caroline, Georgia, avec une partie de Florida
(Covens,J. and C. Mortier, 1758)
The London art of cookery, and housekeeper's complete assistant : on a new plan : made plain and easy to the understanding of every housekeeper, cook, and servant in the kingdom : containing, proper directions for the choice of all kinds of provisions; roasting and boiling all sorts of butchers meat, poultry, game, and fish; sauces for every occasion; soups, broths, stews, and hashes; made dishes, ragoos, and fricassees; all sorts of pies and puddings; proper instructions for dressing fruits and vegetables; pickling, potting, and preserving; the preparation of hams, tongues, and bacon; the whole art of confectionary; the preparation of sugars; tarts, puffs, and pasties; cakes custards, jams, and jellies; drying, candying, and preserving fruits, &c.; made wines, cordial waters, and malt liquors : to which is added, an appendix, containing considerations on culinary poisons; directions for making broths, &c. for the sick; a list of things in season in the different months of the year; marketing tables, &c. &c. : embellished with a head of the author, and a bill of fare for every month in the year, elegantly engraved on thirteen copper-plates /
(Printed for J. Scatcherd and J. Whitaker, no. 12, B. Law, no. 13, Ave-Maria-Lane; and G. and T. Wilkie, St. Paul's Church-Yard,, 1787.)
A Plan of the boundary lines between the province of maryland and the three lower counties of delaware
(Mason and Dixon Line Resurvey Commission, 1768, 1768)
The State of Maryland from the best authorities
(Philadelphia : M. Carey, 1795)
For the Honorable Commissioners of the Tax for Baltimore Town and its precincts. A Map of the Land adjoining the said Town, laid down for the purpose of ascertaining what Tracts, and parts of Tracts of Land lay within the lines of the precincts of the said Town. Done by Z. Maccubbin Jr. Baltimore Town August 1786.
(Baltimore: Jehu Bouldin, 1786)
1 map on sheet 90 x 72 cm.; scale: “50 perches in an inch”
A Plat of the Proposed Alteration of the Lower Part of Joneses Falls, to Accompany a Petition of Sundry Inhabitants of the Part of Baltimore Town to the Board of Wardens, for that Purpose.
(Baltimore: Jehu Bouldin, 1784)
1 map on sheet 75 x 75 cm. Scale: 200 perches per inch.